"Expert" Influence On This Capital Project?

The Hawaii legislature is trying to pass a bill to establish a working group to develop a surveillance system for the capital. Here is who the group will be composed of:

Here is the full text of the bill. Three important questions come to mind:

1. The working group will possibly have two private sector experts on it. John, or anyone in Hawaii, have any clues on who they may tap for those spots if the bill passes?

2. What are the chances that those spots will be filled by representatives from prominent manufacturers (which is probably even worse if they only fill one spot)?

3. Looking at the people who would be on this working group, how much influence should we expect the "private sector expert" to have on what equipment gets spec'd?

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